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Preparing Faculty for Online Teaching
Montana State Online is committed to providing faculty with support to successfully teach and deliver an online course, and is making available an introductory Teaching Online Program to help faculty prepare for that success.
Technology-based tools and resources to help you improve and enhance your teaching. Learn more about course development, pedagogy,
open courseware and learning objects,
assessment and evaluation,
MSU policies. Includes readings, bibliographies, self-assessments, grading rubrics, guiding principles, and free digital course content.
Archive: Request for Ideas: Online Course and Program Development 2013
Deadline was May 10, 2013.
Provost Potvin is again requesting ideas for online certificates, degree programs and courses, including the conversion of face-to-face courses to an online format. New online programs are intended to reach new, non-traditional students or previously under-served populations; while development of online courses will meet campus students' needs for flexible scheduling options with quality online learning. See the Request for Ideas (RFI).
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